A former Ghana Ambassador to China, Horace Nii Ayi Ankrah has on behalf of the National and Greater Accra Regional Executives of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) sworn into office the newly Elected Constituency Executives of the party in East Ayawaso.
Ambassador Ankrah urged the Executives and the party followers to help ensure the NDC wins massively in the next elections to bring back the party to power. He was impressed with the level of female participation in the process.
He is of the view that women contribute a lot to victories in any endeavor and that it is important they keep assisting the men in the party which he believe would return the party to power in 2021.
The Member of Parliament (MP) for the area, Alhaji Mahama Toure appealed to the aspirants who could not win to put the election behind them and help the newly elected Executives to return the NDC to power.
He also charged new executives, led by Chairman Olabode Williams to eschew “arrogance” and to show good leadership to entice people to and make them come out to work for the NDC more than before into 2020.
The Electoral Committee, led by Alhaji Razark Aliu, Cadre Fred, member and Ali Wonder Issah as Secretary, hinted the gathering that they had tough time arranging the delegates’ conference in the area, due to the emergence of factions. He said they were able to curtail the challenges however.
The Greater Accra Regional Chairman of the NDC, Joseph Ade Cocker also called on the Constituency Executives to immediately patch up with the losers for the sake of the party ahead of election 2020, because they are needed in all party activities in the constituency.
The ceremony brought together all 84 branches in the area, the various groups, some representatives of the various Flagbearer hopefuls of the party; party followers from other constituencies and people from all walks of life.
Other dignitaries at the ceremony were, Victor Quashie Adonu, NDC Regional Secretary; Alhaji Yahaya Kundows, Regional Treasurer; Deputy Regional Organiser, Ofotsu; Nii William Vinyo, from Adjein Kotoku, amongst others.
Source: Delali A. Awuyeh